Wednesday, October 17, 2007

"The Golden Hour"

6 x 6"

oil on masonite

sold

I've been wandering, driving, looking around for the past few days. Despite it not feeling like fall, the light has changed, the shadows are longer - there's a glow in the evening hours, just before the sun sinks - a time I call The Golden Hour . This little bit of blissful life was one of my discoveries on the backroads of Georgia.

7 comments:

Shirley said...

I should have known that you would be as good at landscapes as figurative. This is just beautiful.

Karin Jurick said...

Thank you Shirley. That comment means quite a lot to me. I want to paint everything.

Lorrie Drennan said...

This is just absolutely gorgeous. Such a mood! I love it when a painting strikes a real mood.
I, too, like to paint a bunch of different subjects...still life, streetscapes, landscapes. I am so glad to see someone as accomplished as you doing all sorts of different things. I was hoping I was not diluting my recognizability or market value by having such a varied subject library.

Helen Read said...

Another really wonderful one!

Anonymous said...

Karin, I think this may well be my favorite....and that is a hard thing to say! You are really all about the light aren't you? The purple/blue pops through the trees above the house just about make me jump for joy. This painting is pure magic.

muddy red shoes said...

I think this is wonderful too, keep going Karin...like EVERYTHING!

Elijah said...

It's great to see you doing different things, Karin. Adds perspective and scope to your artwork as a whole, imho.

Elijah